Fear doesn't enter into my vocabulary. Fear is the gateway to the next step in my development.
I meet my fears with excitement. They are an excuse to be courageous.
I'm a prankster with a Monty Python sense of humor that somehow gets misrepresented in those tacky supermarket publications as bratty, snotty, and rude.
My father told me I couldn't possibly be a model because I was too short. He's very protective. I did it partly to prove him wrong.
I know there'll be comparisons, but I consider it an honor to be compared to Audrey Hepburn. She's a legend.
I've done so much healing on myself, been through personal hell, through hell in my relationships; my children have been through so much, and we've gotten to a place of healing.
When it's supposed to be, when it's the right thing. I have a very strong opinion about things and what works best for me in terms of manifesting my desires.
I always get my way.
I didn't think I could conceive.
Mother was engaged briefly to Richard Burton years ago and did a tiny part with him in the film 'Jackpot.'
My mother used 'Cinderella' as the antidote of what was in store for me.
Things are not always as they seem.
When you feel like you can't stop something, you don't want to admit it.
I truly believe the eating disorder is gone. The discovery of what was at the bottom of it lifted me, and I walked into a different phase of my life.
When I left England and announced I was going to be an actress, the Windsors stopped speaking to me.
There was definitely a wild side to me that couldn't run free growing up in England.
I've had relationships with men who are simply not willing to change their lifestyle. That's fine if you're unformed as a woman and you're able to blend yourself into something that's a convenient vessel. It's hard once you become a mother, I'll tell you. Something changes.
When I was younger, we'd stay at stately homes, and at the end of dinner, women would have to leave the table. I used to sit there. I wouldn't leave. I felt England should come out of the Victorian era.
It's amazing what one positive role model in your life can do in five minutes.
As a mom, my priorities have changed.
Every time I watched my acting on 'Dynasty,' I cringed. Creatively, I felt stifled.
I was afraid I'd be typecast forever as a mediocre actress.
What really ticks me off is how the public figures you automatically become the roles you play. What most people never see is the silly side of me.
There's been a ham in every generation of our family.